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Tata Daewoo to set up plant for manufacturing trucks in KSA



Tata Daewoo has announced plans to build its manufacturing facility in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) for the manufacture of trucks, a company statement stated. In this connection, Tata Daewoo signed an agreement with its local distributor, Saudi Diesel Equipment Company (SDEC), and local manufacturer, Perfect Arabia Factory (PAF).


According to the deal, Tata Daewoo will provide technology support locally, while SDEC and PAF will join forces to assemble Daewoo trucks in the Kingdom. Last year, the Korean truck maker exported 670 large trucks to the Kingdom, achieving sales of worth US$35.6 million.


Over the past 30 years, the company has grown together with South Korea’s commercial vehicle sector by offering vehicles for cargo freight, construction and special purposes that are needed for our customers’ various business environments.

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